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Music, Fri 2 Nov 2018




An evening of diverse, dynamic and entertaining choral performances, showcasing highlights of projects delivered as part of Singing City – Hull City Council’s choral development initiative. Including:

World premiere of a powerful work for sign and song – ‘Visual Voices’ - a collaboration of Hull Visual Choir and Freedom Chorus – words by Cassandra Parkin, Music by Ben Newton, conducted by Dr Paul Whittaker OBE and Jeff Borradaile, with support of the Visual Voices band led by Ben Newton

Hull Freedom Chorus – delight with their dynamic performance ‘What If… Songs of Power and Protest’ which wowed audiences at Hull Freedom Festival – earning them the accolade of ‘the mighty Freedom Chorus’ - conducted by Em Whitfield Brooks

Hull Visual Choir – our signing choir for the deaf, present a selection from their popular and moving repertoire – conducted by Dr Paul Whittaker, OBE

Hull Rainbow Choir – featuring our specially commissioned anthem ‘You Are Here’ by Michael Betteridge and Gus Gowland – conducted by Jack Bridges

Plus special guests Hull Men’s Chorus – showcasing our development work singing for blokes, chaps and other men – conducted by Charles Huckvale and Laurence Rugg

Join us to help us celebrate Our Singing City

Gift shopPicnic sitePublic toiletsWelcome HostWheelchairs available

Welcoming building within the limited restrictions of an ancient environment.

Event details

Dates Times
Fri 2 Nov 2018
Doors Open 7pm Start 7.30pm


Standard £12.00
Unwaged £5.00



    Market Place,
    HU1 1RR



    See location of Hull Minster on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

    Map reference: TA 099285  Lat: 53.74131 Long: -0.33516

    By Road:
    Follow brown tourist signs to Hull for 'The Deep'. Turn left at market place off A63.

    By Public Transport:
    Follow pedestrian street signs for Trinity Quarter, old town.


    • Gift shopGift shop
    • Picnic sitePicnic site
    • Public toiletsPublic toilets
    • Welcome HostWelcome Host
    • Wheelchairs availableWheelchairs available

    Welcoming building within the limited restrictions of an ancient environment.